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Differentiated Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom

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2018
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6
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8.5" x 11"
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9781938539862
Item Code:
DIIC
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$12.95
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In today’s diverse classrooms, teachers need to be equipped with the necessary tools to address the wide range of learning differences among all students, including students who are learning English along with the curriculum, students with identified disabilities, and students impacted by poverty and homelessness. This quick-reference laminate guide by Jacqueline Thousand and Richard Villa, authors of The Inclusive Education Checklist provides a framework, examples, as well as technology and print resources to help classroom teachers differentiate their instruction using Retrofit and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) approaches and Multiple Intelligences theory. It also provides actions administrators can take to promote inclusive schooling and differentiated instruction. 

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